I have two light Brahmas, The Taichou Twins (Taichou means "Captain" in Japanese) and they are the bosses of the flock. They are firm but fair. They are large, larger than the Orpington, EE, and Australorps, but don't throw their weight around. They are impossible to tell the difference between, so I just call them The Twins. They are the most bold and inquisitive of them all, and are the leaders when they free range. One got out of the brooder when they were young, probably just for some adventure. They are docile, but not keen on being picked up. I got them when they were 4 weeks old, so they had no human interaction before then, so I can't really blame them. But they are first to come up to you for treats. They both seem to be the most intelligent of the flock. They will be the last to start laying, but it's easy to be patient with such nice birds. Sometimes their feathered feet can get a bit mucky, but once they dry out and run around a bit, they are clean again. Beautiful white plumage with interesting black collar and tails. I would definitely recommend them to anyone.